Agents in E-learning
Keywords:E-learning, Agent Technology, Framework
This paper presents a framework to describe the crossover domain of e-learning and agent technology. Furthermore it is used to classify existing work and possible starting points for the future development of agent techniques and technologies order to enhance the performance and the effectiveness of several aspects of e-learning systems. Agents are not a new concept but their use in the field of e-learning constitutes a basis for consequential advances.
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